Friday, January 08, 2016

Art St. Louis: Saturday, 16 January 2016


CREATURES
January 16-February 18, 2016 
  
Linda Wilmes, Festive Dragon. 2015. Watercolor on Paper, 32.5"x24.5.

FREE RECEPTION
SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 6-8 P.M.Art St. Louis

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Creatures was a juried exhibition open to artists 21 & older living in St. Louis and the surrounding 200-mile radius. For this exhibit, 200 artworks were submitted by 119 St. Louis regional artists for consideration by exhibition Jurors Charles Houska and Heather Woodson, from which they selected 51 artworks in a variety of media by 41 artists from Missouri and Illinois for the final show.

Artworks featured in this exhibit are all about creatures, real or imagined. Some of the creatures are critters, beasts, humans, and animals. A variety of styles, techniques and media are represented in the show and artworks featured include ceramics, collage, digital media, drawing, encaustic, painting, pastel, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, wood, and more.

Jurors Charles Houska and Heather Woodson selected 51 artworks in a variety of media by 41 artists from Missouri and Illinois for the final show.

Artworks featured in this exhibit are all about creatures, real or imagined. Some of the creatures are critters, beasts, humans, and animals. A variety of styles, techniques and media are represented in the show and artworks featured include ceramics, collage, digital media, drawing, encaustic, painting, pastel, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, wood, and more.

Serving as Jurors for Creatures were Heather Woodson and Charles Houska, St. Louis, MO. Heather Woodson ceramic sculptor and art educator. Charlie Houska is an artist and gallery owner 



FEATURED ARTISTS
The 41 featured artists are:
Alaska Adams, Overland, MO
Michael Albers, Wildwood, MO
Adrian Aquilino, Richmond Heights, MO
Marianne Baer, Glendale, MO
Brent Becker, Wentzville, MO
David Bigler, Maplewood, MO
Lon Brauer, Granite City, IL
Emily Bush, St. Louis, MO
Rhonda Choate, Brentwood, MO  
Andrea Coates, University City, MO
Nicole Cooper, Richmond Heights, MO
April Dill, Herrin, IL
Dion Dion, Manchester, MO
Emily Elhoffer, Wentzville, MO
Connie Farhang, Carbondale, IL
Wm. Daniel File, Manchester, MO
Mark Appling Fisher, St. Charles, MO
Michael Frank, St. Louis, MO
Susan Garrett, Olivette, MO
Rafael Hurtado, University City, MO
Paul Ivkovich, St. Louis, MO
Robert Kokenyesi, St. Louis, MO
Casey Lowry, Urbana, IL
Megan McCully, Dardenne Prairie, MO
Justin Miller, Cape Girardeau, MO
Alex Paradowski, St. Louis, MO
Debi Pickler, St. Charles, MO
Michael Rudolf, St. Louis, MO
Jennifer Sarti, St. Louis, MO
Terri Shay, Richmond Heights, MO
Den Smith, Green Park, MO
Mark Swain, St. Louis, MO
Andy Van Der Tuin, Olivette, MO
Russell Vanecek, St. Louis, MO
Margaret von Kaenel, University City, MO
Joy L. Wade, St. Louis, MO
Dave Warren, Springfield, IL
Dahven White, St. Louis, MO
Linda Wilmes, Wentzville, MO
Aaron Wood, Collinsville, IL
David Yates, Edwardsville, IL

FREE EVENT
COFFEE WITH THE ARTISTS: SATURDAY GALLERY TALK
Join us in the Gallery on Saturday, January 23, when we host a free one-hour Gallery talk at 11 a.m. with several of the featured artists from the Creatures exhibition. Guests may enjoy complimentary coffee tastings courtesy of Mississippi Mud Coffee Roasters Cafe while learning about the artists and their artworks. Artists may bring in samples of their other work or present a brief demo of their media & techniques. Guests will walk with the artists through the Gallery as they talk about their works on view in the exhibition. Seating is limited.

Saturday, January 23, 11 a.m.
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